National Geographic Boise National Forest Central Topographic Map
The expertly researched and highly detailed National Geographic Boise National Forest Central topographic map will aid your Idaho exploration whether you're out on foot, bike, ATV or boat.
- Covers Boise National Forest between Boise and McCall, Idaho, encompassing the North Fork Range and West Mountains on its west side and the Salmon River Mountains to the east
- All trails are marked and labeled with trail mileages and uses, with steep slopes clearly indicated
- Road mileages for navigating through the region are also marked and labeled to help estimate travel times
- Map margins include fishing, hunting and motorized vehicle regulations, plus contact information for local, state and federal land and resource management agencies
- Other features found on this map include Boise National Forest, Deadwood Reservoir, Goat Mountain, Lake Cascade and the North Fork Range
- Full UTM grid is printed on the map to aid with navigation
- Printed on Backcountry Tough waterproof, tear-resistant paper
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The National Geographic Boise National Forest Central Trails Illustrated map spans the heart of the Boise National Forest between Boise and McCall, Idaho, encompassing the North Fork Range and West Mountains on its west side and the Salmon River Mountains to the east. This spectacular region of mountain peaks, ridges and valleys is trisected by the North, Middle and South Forks of the Payette River and carved further by the South Fork's main tributary, the Deadwood River, with their many whitewater stretches, hot springs, campgrounds, canyons, valleys and meadows.
The region is traversed by hundreds of miles of multi-use, multiseason trails and dotted with lookout towers, recreation facilities and reservoirs. The west side includes the town of Cascade at the southern end of Lake Cascade, with its developed beaches, boat ramps and picnic areas, and Sage Hen Reservoir and the KYAOTT ATV Trail network of motorized trails, plus camping on the reservoir. The more remote east side of the map includes Deadwood Reservoir, a salmon and trout-stocked lake ringed by mountains, with several campgrounds and boat ramps.
The village of Lowman sits in the heart of the region, near the whitewater confluence of the Deadwood and South Fork Payette Rivers and the road junction of the Wildlife Canyon and Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byways. Lowman is central to many campgrounds, cabins, yurts, whitewater access points, and motorized and non-motorized trails used throughout the year, including the Banner Ridge, Gold Fork and Whoop Um Up winter recreation areas and their networks of all-season trails with cabins and yurts.
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37.75 x 25.5 inches
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